Indian Soldier Kills Three Comrades in Kashmir
Modi or Gandhi?
A Tale of Two Delhis
New Zealand Bans Assault Weapons
Four Iranian Soldiers Rescued by Pakistani Forces
Mosque Massacre Funerals Resume
‘We Killed Them All’
Why being a woman of impact does not mean being a woman who does it all.
Nora Ephron’s last work comes to Broadway.
A young dancer’s journey from Sierra Leone to the heights of American ballet.
Hannah Rothschild on the trail of her elusive, bohemian relative.
An underground town of dungeons and pubs.
The complex new season of Game of Thrones.
Marilyn Minter has something to say—and the art world is finally listening.
Please call it Bombay.
Timberlake is the only male pop star worth talking about, so why has it taken so long to acknowledge his genius?
The Congo hosts a celebration of African arts.
J. M. Coetzee portrays the son of God in his new novel.
Behold the miracle on marshland, the city of steeples.
The life and times of Mehdi Hassan: singer, composer, and legend
To trace the history of how Pakistan thought and felt through the decades, one needs to rediscover Mehdi Hassan
Estranged bandmates Salman Ahmad and Ali Azmat speak out on the 20th anniversary of Junoon
Pakistan’s first big rock band marks its 20th anniversary on Sept. 30 with a concert in New York City and the release of an online tribute album. A guest vocalist on one of the band’s earliest tracks looks back on the making—and unmaking—of Junoon
Pakistani female artists are thriving.